US Stamps Value Scott 111: 1875 90c George Washington Re-issue Without Grill. Page 2

US Stamps Value Scott #111: 1875 90c Washington Without Grill. Cherrystone Auctions, Mar 2014, Sale 201403, Lot 24

United States 1875 Re-Issue of the 1861-66 Issue 1875 90c blue, well centered with wide margins, beautiful color, unused without gum, a fresh and v.f. example of this rare Re-Issue, only 317 issued, with 2000 PFC

Cherrystone Auctions, Mar 2014, Sale 201403, Lot 24

US$2,300.00
US Stamps Price Scott 111 - 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2013, Sale 1062, Lot 298

90c Blue, Re-Issue (111). Deep rich color and proof-like impression on bright paper, unobtrusive strikes of duplex cancel, small corner creases at top left with one ending in small tear VERY FINE APPEARANCE. ONE OF ONLY FOUR RECORDED USED EXAMPLES OF THE 90 CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE. ONE OF THE GREAT RARITIES OF CLASSIC UNITED STATES PHILATELY. The 90c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 317 of the 90c were sold; the remaining 9,683 were destroyed on July 16, 1884. Our census of this issue, which forms the basis for the information in the Scott Catalogue, contains only four copies. They are shown below and at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/dynamic/census/111/111.pdf . A fifth copy with non-contemporary cancel is not included. Census No. 111-CAN-04. Ex Hewitt and Mayer. With 1986 P.F. certificate.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2013, Sale 1062, Lot 298

US$57,500.00
US Stamps Price Scott Catalogue # 111: 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2013, Sale 1057, Lot 676

90c Blue, Re-Issue (Scott 111). Part original gum, rich color, narrow hinge thin at top, Very Fine appearance, only 317 sold, with 2002 P.F. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2013, Sale 1057, Lot 676

US$2,000.00
US Stamps Value Scott Catalog #111 - 1875 90c Washington Without Grill. Cherrystone Auctions, Nov 2013, Sale 201311, Lot 25

United States 1875 Re-Issue of the 1861-66 Issue 1875 90c blue, well centered, beautiful color, slight redistributed original gum (appears to be a heavy h.r.), v.f. example of this rare stamp, only 317 issued, with 2007 PFC

Cherrystone Auctions, Nov 2013, Sale 201311, Lot 25

US$2,700.00
Cost of US Stamps Scott 111: 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Sep 2013, Sale 639, Lot 389

1875 Re-issue of 1861-67 issue, 90¢ blue (111), part o.g., attractive example of this rarely offered stamp, only 317 sold, with heavenly rich color and sharp detailed impression; reperforated at right, Very Good to Fine, 1994 P.S.E. certificate. Scott $6,750. Estimate price $1,500 – 2,000.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Sep 2013, Sale 639, Lot 389

US$1,700.00
Values of US Stamp Scott Catalog 111: 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, May 2013, Sale 1044, Lot 97

90c Blue, Re-Issue (Scott 111). Original gum, deep rich color on bright crisp paper, unusually choice centering EXTREMELY FINE. AN OUTSTANDING ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 90-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE. The 90c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 317 of the 90c were sold, the remaining 9,683 were destroyed on July 16, 1884. The example offered here, with original-gum, sound and well-centered, is a great rarity. With 1973, 1991 and 2006 P.F. certificates

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, May 2013, Sale 1044, Lot 97

US$7,500.00
Cost of US Stamp Scott Cat. 111 - 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Mar 2013, Sale 1040, Lot 1358

90c Blue, Re-Issue (Scott 111). Original gum, wide margins and beautifully centered, intense color and proof-like impression VERY FINE. AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 90-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE. Only 317 sold. Ex Anderson. With 1992 P.S.E., 1970 P.F. and 2000 P.F. certificates.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Mar 2013, Sale 1040, Lot 1358

US$3,750.00
US Stamps Price Scott Cat. # 111: 1875 90c Washington Without Grill. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Feb 2013, Sale 634, Lot 90

1875 Re-issue of 1861-67 issue, 90¢ blue (Scott 111), o.g., previously hinged, impressive, completely sound example of this rare stamp, with breathtaking deep rich color and sharp detailed impression, Fine, only 317 were issued, 1987 P.F. certificate. Scott $6,750. Estimate $2,000 – 3,000.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Feb 2013, Sale 634, Lot 90

US$3,000.00
Price of US Stamps Scott Catalog 111 - 1875 90c Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2012, Sale 1037, Lot 1651

90c Blue, Re-Issue (Scott 111). Unused (no gum), vivid color, three huge margins to clear at left, light vertical crease, Fine appearance, an attractive example of this scarce Re-Issue, with 2012 P.F. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2012, Sale 1037, Lot 1651

US$1,100.00
Prices of US Stamps Scott Catalog # 111: 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2012, Sale 1037, Lot 1650

90c Blue, Re-Issue (Scott 111). Original gum, deep color on crisp bright paper, Fine example of this 1861 Re-Issue top value, only 317 sold, with 1996 P.S.E. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2012, Sale 1037, Lot 1650

US$2,100.00
Values of US Stamp Scott Catalogue # 111 - 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2012, Sale 1034, Lot 120

90c Blue, Re-Issue (111). Perfect centering with wide even margins, deep rich color and intense impression on crisp white paper, neatly cancelled by New York City circular datestamp and “2” oval grid cancel EXTREMELY FINE GEM. ONE OF THE TWO FINEST USED EXAMPLES OF THE 90 CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE. ONLY FOUR USED COPIES ARE KNOWN TO EXIST. AN OUTSTANDING CLASSIC RARITY. The 90c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 317 of the 90c were sold, the remaining 9,683 were destroyed on July 16, 1884. Our census of this issue, which forms the basis for the information in the Scott Catalogue, contains only four copies. They are shown below and at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/dynamic/census/111/111.pdf . A fifth copy with non-contemporary cancel is not included. This stamp is the basis of the Scott earliest documented use, since it is the only dated example. The Scott footnote describes the date as Nov. 30, 1888. Census No. 111-CAN-01. Ex Sheriff, Zoellner and Dauer. With 2006 P.F. certificate (XF 90) and 2011 P.S.E. certificate (VF 80, SMQ $250,000.00). This is the highest grade awarded and one other shares it.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2012, Sale 1034, Lot 120

US$150,000.00
US Stamps Value Scott 111: 1875 90c Washington Without Grill. Matthew Bennett International, Sep 2012, Sale 346, Lot 711

() 1875 Re-issue of 1861-67 issue, 90¢ blue (111), choice centering with deep, vibrant color; unused without gum, wonderfully fresh and Extremely Fine. Only 317 were issued. Scott value $3,250 A STUNNING UNUSED 90¢ RE-ISSUE. Expertization: 2005 PSE Certificate.

Matthew Bennett International, Sep 2012, Sale 346, Lot 711

US$2,700.00
Cost of US Stamp Scott Catalog # 111 - 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Matthew Bennett International, Sep 2012, Sale 345, Lot 144

1875 Re-issue of 1861-67 issue, 90¢ blue (111), bright, fresh and beautifully centered with deep, dark color, bright white paper and full original gum; a choice, Extremely Fine Gem. Only 317 were issued. SMQ value $14,600. Scott $6,750 A STUNNING ORIGINAL GUM 90¢ RE-ISSUE; THE SOLE RECIPIENT OF THE HIGHEST GRADE YET AWARDED BY PSE. Expertization: 1970, 2003 PF and 2009 PSE Certificates, the last graded XF 90. Provenance: Chapin, Minervino.

Matthew Bennett International, Sep 2012, Sale 345, Lot 144

US$12,000.00
Price of US Stamp Scott Cat. # 111 - 90c 1875 Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Jun 2012, Sale 1024, Lot 179

90c Blue, Re-Issue (111). Choice centering with balanced margins at sides, wide margin at bottom, rich color and proof-like impression on bright paper, bold strike of “14” numeral oval grid cancel and New York datestamp VERY FINE AND CHOICE. ONLY FOUR USED COPIES OF THE 90-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE ARE RECORDED. THE EXAMPLE OFFERED HERE IS ONE OF ONLY THREE IN SOUND CONDITION. A PHENOMENAL RARITY OF THE HIGHEST ORDER. The 90c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 317 of the 90c were sold, the remaining 9,683 were destroyed on July 16, 1884. Our census of this issue, which forms the basis for the information in the Scott Catalogue, contains only four copies. They are shown below and at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/dynamic/census/111/111.pdf . A fifth copy with non-contemporary cancel is not included. Census No. 111-CAN-03. Ex Hessel. With 1977, 1997 and 2009 P.F. certificates.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Jun 2012, Sale 1024, Lot 179

US$130,000.00
Values of US Stamps Scott Cat. #111 - 1875 90c Washington Without Grill. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Mar 2012, Sale 1021, Lot 287

90c Blue, Re-Issue (Scott 111). Unused (no gum), deep rich color and proof-like impression on bright paper, fresh and Fine, only 317 sold

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Mar 2012, Sale 1021, Lot 287

US$2,100.00